Run time 3:30Producer Lutz Vogel, Benjamin StephanProduction Company LAFKONAudio/Visual yes, a lotContact Information <a href="http://www.lafkon.net/">www.lafkon.net</a>
A movie about Trusted Computing
This animated short-clip shows you one of the many effects of today's capitalism,
and how this effects will also concern YOU.
Trusted Computing, sounds great! Is it???
Learn more, watch this movieclip.
"a stone briliant short film"
"well worth seeing"
(Chaos Computer Club)
"Pretty interesting and beautifully animated piece"
Visit also the official project site at: www.lafkon.net/tc
Sound - Simon Mahler - www.fotone.net
Voiceover - Christian Hoening
August 23, 2013
This is a must see
Even though this video is Years old it's still applicable in fact it's even more applicable these days then it was then. Trusted computing is alive and kicking and the TPM refuses to die. the while notion that a computer should try and control the user is just stupid and needs to die soon. I refuse to use any OS that requires me to have a TPM.
December 7, 2008
Gripping and Real!
Years after it's conception, the message is still real and all-to important to ignore, especially with the technology now mainstream in a variety of computer companies. Why is this not one of the top EFF issues?
The video really lays down the faults of this technology that even a 5 year old could understand the issue. This is a must see, a call to action is necessary.
September 13, 2005
quicktime -> least interchangeable
i wonder why quicktime has ben chosen for distribution, since nobody around me is able to watch that movie, at least without a reboot.
I would like to rate it well, but since no video player is available for me to watch it, i can only attest one star.
Apple's video format seems to me very restricted, as the video player is only available for a minority of platforms.
September 11, 2005
the most cristal clear and enjoyable spot about s.th. i've ever seen from decades. the message is understandable by everybody between 4 to elderly age with no effort, even by people (like me) that isn't english native language.